August 30, 2016 13:38
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EVANSVILLE – The Evansville Vanderburgh Airport Authority District (EVAAD) announces that Gretchen Muchnick has joined its board of directors.
“We are thrilled to add Gretchen to our board,” said Doug Joest, EVAAD Executive Director. “Her valuable experience and expertise across the fields of business, marketing and engineering will be an asset to the airport authority.”
Muchnick serves as the vice president of Marketing at F.C. Tucker Emge Realtors, where she’s worked since 2006, and oversees the company’s marketing and branding efforts, marketing tools for real estate agents and the company’s Information Technology department. Prior to F.C. Tucker, Muchnick began her career with The Proctor & Gamble Company in Cincinnati, Ohio. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.
“It’s an exciting time for our board, as Gretchen brings a wealth of experience,” said Rick Kaskel, EVAAD Board President. “We are confident that her contributions will complement our existing board of directors and her leadership will be invaluable.”
Muchnick joins current board members Kaskel, J.P. Engelbrecht, Vice-President, Alan Leibundguth, Treasurer and E.O. “Pete” Popham, Jr., Secretary.
About Evansville-Vanderburgh Airport Authority District (EVVAD)
The Evansville-Vanderburgh Airport Authority District (EVAAD) owns and operates Evansville Regional Airport. The EVAAD also owns Thunderbolt Golf Course and leases other buildings and parcels of land around the airport. In all, the airport authority owns and maintains approximately 1,700 acres, with total property employment exceeding 500 employees. Evansville Regional Airport is served by all three legacy carriers – American Airlines, Delta and United, and low-cost carrier Allegiant, which connect passengers to hundreds of competitive-priced domestic and international destinations daily via direct flights to five top-rate hub cities – Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Charlotte and Chicago, as well as direct flights to Orlando/Sanford. Evansville Regional Airport generates more than $900 million in economic benefits annually, per the Economic Survey completed by the Aviation Association of Indiana in 2012. www.flyevv.com www.facebook.com/EVVairport www.twitter.com/FlyEVV
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